The rear seat of a family vehicle like the Pontiac Grand Am can sometimes hide great secrets. Things like your favourite pen or set of spare keys. Things that your kids played with and put down, that now have worked their way underneath. Fortunately, it doesn't take a mechanic to remove and replace the back seat.
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Things you need
- Wrench set
Locate the bottom cushion release strap on the driver's side on the side of the cushion.
Pull up on the release strap and tilt the cushion forward.
Push down the frame release lever with your thumb and lift the seat out of the passenger compartment.
Remove the bottom cushion first. Pull the seat belts from the elastic straps and press the seatback release lever.
Loosen and remove the pivot bolts and washers with a wrench. The pivot bolts are located just above the seat belt base on each end of the rear seat.
Pull the cushion forward and remove it from the vehicle.
Place the seatback into place, to the front of its normal location, and slide it horizontally into place. Install and tighten the pivot bolts and washers with a wrench. The seatback release lever will click as the seatback gets in position.
Thread the seat belts back through the elastic straps.
Push the bottom cushion into place and listen for the release levers to click.
Make sure the release straps do not get jammed under the seat where they can't be reached.
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